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About Us

Trinity is an active congregation located near the campus of the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The membership is diverse: some families have lived in Fredericksburg for generations while other individuals moved to the area just a few weeks ago. All ages from newborns to retirees participate in our Sunday morning worship. Perhaps you can find a home here as well. Currently, our focus is two-fold.

We strive to build the faith and spirituality of our members while participating in very active ministries to our community. It seems that the deeper our faith, the more we are interested in reaching out to others. And, the more we reach out to others, the more our faith grows. It is an exciting process that is active here at Trinity.

Please explore our website. I hope you'll be able to find out more about this dynamic church. If you have some questions, please contact me by clicking here. Thank you for taking a look at Trinity on the web. Join us for worship someday soon. We look forward to meeting you.

In Christ,
The Rev. Kent D. Rahm

More information about The Episcopal Church

Want to understand our belief system and learn more about the Jesus Movement? The Episcopal Church is a great place to start.

Trinity Episcopal Church is part of The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia and the Fredericksburg Region. Learn more about what we are doing in the Commonwealth of Viriginia.

Learn more about The Anglican Communion and how Trinity fits in.

Mission & Vision

Our Mission

The mission of Trinity Church is to share Christ's love and grace in a vibrant community whose joyful spirit empowers people to do God's work.

Our Vision

Loving and serving one another so we may love and serve God's world.

Our History

1877
The original congregation of Trinity Episcopal Church began with thirty-six communicants. The Reverend Edmund C Murdaugh was the first Rector.

1881
This congregation built “old” Trinity located at the corner of Hanover and Prince Edward Streets and had its first service on Christmas Day 1881.

1959
The doors of “new” Trinity, at its present location of William Street and College Avenue, were opened for services in September. The altar and many of the furnishings were incorporated into the new building.

1982
The Jamison Hall addition was completed to provide additional classroom space.